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|Smiley||I found a 2606 industrial in decent shape at the right price but, the clutch works great in 1st & second and when testing for slippage by taking off in higher gears, it starts moving slowly as if it has a tourque converter then aftter reaching maybe 1000 rpm's grabs and then you can't make it slip, standing on the brakes going uphill. I hate to buy a book for a tractor I don't own yet, and don't know what is inside this beast. I tried researching it on the net tonight but didn't get much info. What I found seems to indicate it has the torque amplifier that might be going bad. I also found indications that tractors with bad TA's will work in low range with no problem. Is this correct and do these symptoms sound like that's the problem?
Thanks for any advice,